Subject: Re: NIK rises from the dead
In article<email@example.com>, PeterN
> >> Topaz does a great job, but only on RAW images. I am starting to play
> >> with DxO again.
> >> Of course that is all opinion. What I like about NIK is the control
> >> points. With other filters I use masking and blending, which takes much
> >> longer, but it is more accurate, for me.
> > Free isn't bad, either.
> I have been told that most of the plug in functions can be done in PS,
> without plugins.
it boils down to how much one values their time and the quality of the